Here are the 6 things you can do to reduce your microplastics contributions:
1. If you have a dog, you probably have a dog shedding brush. If not, definitely get one (the brush, not a dog). The dog shedding brush can remove a lot of loose fibres from your clothes before you put them in the washer.
So what is the situation a clothing brand with an activewear clothing line finds itself in? It wants to know whether or not its supplier(s) “walks the talk” when it comes to using recycled materials for their fabrics. Pinky swear won’t do. You need rock-solid proof that your supplier actually uses recycled polyester yarn and will use it for your orders.
Our growth has been slow but steady ever since we started in 2005. For those of you who don’t know, we started in a little more than 200 square meters of space, split between the basement and the ground floor of an apartment building in Dorćol, Belgrade. We've cut materials manually and could only sew samples, not the whole batches. We relied on outside help a lot, especially for printing and sewing. It took us 12 years to start getting more orders than we could handle. Those events ignited our first act of sustainable expansion that took place in 2017.
For all of you who wanted to see not only our t-shirts and marathon wear but our faces too. Here is a short video about our work. What makes FUSH unique is that everything is produced in one place. From fabrics, designs, and cuts to packaging and transport.
Despite snow and bitter cold, our friends from Belgarde Runners Club just completed the annual underpants run. The winners got a sneak pick to our new PUSH running line.